This documentary explores the social life in Yaffa through a miniature portrait of a Palestinian couple, Wadee'a Aghabi and Naim Azar who are the filmmaker's grandparents. They lived in the city, and the effect leaving Yaffa had on them after 1948 is captured in the story built on the oral history of the three daughters of Naim and Wadee'a, Mary, Janette and Therese. Their daughters preserved their memories, and the film takes the audience into the lives of Naim and Wadee'a and into the city they were forced to leave behind.
Dir.: Naja Najar, Palestine, 1999, 22 min